AMD Fury X Owners' Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by Fox2232, Jun 25, 2015.

  1. Truder

    Truder Ancient Guru

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    So recently, been having stability issues with my Fury which has been concerning as there are no stock of any new GPUs anywhere and when there is, they are too expensive.... I've been saving for a 6800XT but unfortunately, they are being sold for twice as much as their retail value.

    So I decided to bite the bullet and gave my Fury a repasting.... I've been putting this off because I was very nervous about potentially damaging the interposer. I remember hearing many horror stories how people bricked their cards just by lightly touching the interposer. Fortunately, looks like Sapphire protected against this possibility by placing protective plastic over the interposer.

    The old paste that was on the card, it was very hard and very dry. I was quite surprised, after cleaning it as best as I could, and managing to remove the paste in-between the HBM stacks (the paste there was higher than the HBM stacks which was concerning), preliminary results show I've dropped temps by as much as 10°c now hovering in the 60s rather than the 70s on load. I'll see how things go after a good long gaming session.

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  2. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    GJ Bro :p


    My Vega is still very cool & quiet, so no need for repasting on my side.
     
  3. Bitey

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    Mine got very noisy last year , pump started squealing like it was going to die though temps were still reasonable.
    Quote from gigabyte to replace it was more than xpsc water block (if you can find them they are clearing them cheap)

    So my fury X is spending a comfortable retirement in my HTPC with a custom cooling loop
     
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  4. LyGhT1337

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    Quite late to the party, but is it possible for someone here to help me out?

    I kinda wanna try the Tmod on my Fury Tri-X, but when I force flash one of the Nitro Bioses or one of Fox his bioses I do indeed get it to work, even with the full CU's unlocked but my HDMI Port just doesn't work anymore after that and I use that port for my second monitor sadly.

    If anybody could help me out with anything literally I'd be so glad.

    This is my vBios btw: https://mega.nz/file/8DRmwDwa#M32L-7PPM0BziSdnYKeC8uLdOmKfc2BmfR4vUyk0nY8
     

  5. LyGhT1337

    LyGhT1337 Member

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    Nevermind actually, I just re-flashed one of the tmod roms and saved a screenshot of the timings via memory tweak and just applied them on my "semi-unlocked" bios instead (Why semi-unlocked? - I seem to get a few artifacts here and there with the fully unlocked 64 CU's, so I just stay at 60 instead.)

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    If anyone is curious my 24/7 Setup with this would be this:

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    I got a bit better score with 1125 Mhz on the core, but that one seems a bit unstable in games

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    After applying some timings provided by someone over here, i even got more juice out of the card at 1100/500 w 50%

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  6. RaV[666]

    RaV[666] New Member

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    So. I got R9 nano, and wanted to optimize it a bit.
    First i read up that hbm OC is a no go with newer drivers, so i went with the old ones (15.11) and test if its even worth the trouble.
    Using sapphire trixx i was able to get to 600mhz on hbm stable, i verified with tests and gpu mem bandwith tester that it actually sets the desired frequency.
    Then i dumped my second bios, load it up to fiji bios editor ,mod two mem values to 600mhz, flashed it. Verified it works with 15.11, it did.
    So i reinstalled 21.5.2 ,it showed 600mhz, but of course memory bandwith tester showed that it wasnt working :-/ .
    So, is there ANY WAY to OC HBM on fury cards with a driver newer then 16.2 ?
     
  7. Mannerheim

    Mannerheim Ancient Guru

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    Memory OC wont give u much. Better to lower core voltage and OC core. It gives u stable 1000MHz-1050Mhz core under stress. Without it it will go down quite a lot
     
  8. gravitone

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    I've recently acquired a R9 fury Tri-x OC, SKU 12247-01, and I'm trying to get it booting in a UEFI configuration. The system would would go into a continuous bootloop when I disabled CMS, after dumping the bios, it was clear that this wasn't the original, previous owner had flashed it with a different version. I found the standard Bios files on techpowerup, but neither of those actually have the updated UEFI code. Does anyone here have a modded bios with the most recent UEFI code that actually works? I I found another users modded driver but that gives the VGA error beeps, indicating that the UEFI checksum match has failed against the hardware ID's of my card.
     
  9. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    there is no such thing as a uefi checksum match.

    the R9 Fury never shipped with a UEFI gop in thefirst place.

    as to the hardware id's of your card, there is only 1 relevant to the driver, that would be 1002-7300
    the substring is relevant only to matching the bios to the board, all Tri OC's are 174B-E329

    Every bios here is applicable to your card
    https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios...e=&memSize=&did=1002-7300-174B-E329-CB&since=

    I believe these were dual bios cards, so the 1000mhz version goes on the normal mode, and the 1040 bios goes on the OC mode. They weren't, Sapphire were just dumb and had the same Substring id on the non OC model

    And a gop updated version compatible with AMD CSM is here
     
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  10. gravitone

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    Thank you very much for the link to the updated bios. I had been breaking my head over this for the last week, and this is just what I needed.

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  11. AmadeusK

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    Heya first poster here. Just bought an R9 Fury X for $60~ in my local currency and for such an old card it definitely need some maintenance. Here's my concerns:

    1. Not maintenance friendly? The thing is, I lurked around and some said that this card's stock watercooling isn't designed to be maintained so whatsoever so I'm rather confused. Like what if the coolant dried out? The pump died? Leaks? Anyway I think I need some help on how to maintain or do some "ghetto-AIO" build by replacing the tube, coolant reccomendations, etc.

    2. Undervolting the card. I'm thinking about undervolting the card to get the lowest possible tdp since I'm just gonna use it as daily driver with minimum gaming and maybe some video editing. My only experience in undervolting is just doing it in MSI Afterburner, but I've been lurking around and it seems I need to use some bios mod to undervolt lower than -98mv. Thing is I'm not quite familiar with this in-depth tech, but I'm very willing to learn and read if someone could guide or give me direction to the guidance. Heck maybe I'll even make my own post summing my process making this GPU as "efficient" as possible lol.
     

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